The Daily Shot Brief – July 3rd, 2019



The United States: Small business hiring continues to slow, but wage growth remains robust.

Source: Paychex, IHS Markit


The Eurozone: Will the RBA’s dovish stance ultimately push the Australian dollar lower?

Source: ANZ Research


China: Large company sentiment is weakening.

Source: Credit Suisse


Global Developments: Below is the 12-month change in the manufacturing PMI (business activity) by country.

Source: Deutsche Bank Research


Food for Thought: Prime-age female labor force participation:

Source: Morgan Stanley Research


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